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we want our children in america to understand is just how much senator kennedy and others in his family did for civil rights of all people. taught us that we ecould have the courage to speak for those who could not speak for themselves. >> like the kennedys, the doctor said those of who are fortunate in life have a responsibility to help children and all people in need. >> i'm sure a lot of people over the course of this week have been talking about his legacy. >> oh, all this week, you know. >> thanks, terry. you will be able to watch the entire funeral service and burial tomorrow right here on abc 2. president obama will be giving the eulogy. he has already arrived in boston. here is the tv schedule, which of course is subject to change. the abc special report remembering ted kennedy will start at 10 a.m. with the funeral in boston. that is expected to end around noon. and abc will air the little league world series until the funeral in arlington, virginia begins at 5:30. that's where the burial will be happening. again you watch it all tomorrow right here on abc 2. >>> and as
of america. >> reporter: he lived through the assassination of two brothers, the personal scandal of chappaquiddick, and his own failed presidential bid. on issues like the iraq war, he battled republicans. >> you basically have mismanaged the war and created an impossible situation for military recruiters who put our forces and our national security in danger. >> reporter: but observers say when it came to passing important legislation, he had no peers. he knew how to work the legislative process to get legislation done, even when the democrats were not in control. >> reporter: and you can see my entire interview with professor gibson sunday night on to the point. among the issues, his first meeting with the senator while working as an attorney at the justice department. that's to the point sunday night at 1220. terry owens, abc 2 news. >>> maryland's senator center barbara mikulski is still recovering from an ankle injury, but she did speak about us and she remembers ted kennedy as a lawmaker who was willing to work across-party lines. >>> and ben cardin echoed senator mikulski'
. america, whattaya say to big cheesy-steaky-ness! - subway. eat fresh! - eat fresh! when you wanna kick it up with zesty chipotle sauce. - eat fresh! - eat fresh! the flavor-fullest sub only subway can offer. - eat fresh! - eat fresh! try the new subway big chipotle cheesesteak. an updated all-time favorite: juicy steak layered with zesty chipotle sauce... and melted cheese, piled high with only... the toppings you love. subway. eat fresh! [ closing bell ] >> a look at your money now. upbeat economic reports spark another solid day on wall street. the dow was up 115 points, closing at 9287. the nasdaq closed above two thousand for the first time since october. and the s&p closed above one thousand for the first time in nine months. despite the solid advances on wall street, the locals finished the day mixed. legg mason drop in order than 2 1/2%. constellation gained more than 2 1/2% on the day. and under armour ended its monday by dropping a third of a percent. >>> blame modern technology. with fewer customers than ever before, postal officials are considering closing one thousand branc
in westminster. and the rookies just keep getting younger. some future ravens show us their stuff. america, whattaya say to big cheesy-steaky-ness! - subway. eat fresh! - eat fresh! when you wanna kick it up with zesty chipotle sauce. - eat fresh! - eat fresh! the flavor-fullest sub only subway can offer. - eat fresh! - eat fresh! try the new subway big chipotle cheesesteak. an updated all-time favorite: juicy steak layered with zesty chipotle sauce... and melted cheese, piled high with only... the toppings you love. subway. eat fresh! >>> the orioles tried to split their series with the tigers today in detroit, but the birds couldn't get it done, losing 7- 3. baltimore has now lost 15 of 20 since the all star break. the orioles continue their road trip tomorrow night, taking on the bluejays in toronto. >>> this is for our producer kyle. in westminster today, snoop doesle was in the hizzle for schizzle. he made a trip to training camp. he performed last night, so ray lewis invited his friend to training camp this morning. even though he is a steelers fan. >> ray, ray lewis one of the great
we eat plays a huge role in this story. a new story is out about longevity, and it's giving america a reason to be happen. happy. we are living longer according to a government report. >> clearly there are some things we're doing right. we're spoke smoking less. hopefully we're a little more active. we're doing more things for our health. we're getting screened, and we're becoming more engaged with what we need to do. >> reporter: men are living to be 75 years old. women 80. doctors give credit to medical advances and patients. >> 20 years ago, if i told a patient their cholesterol was too high, the first thing they might have said is what is cholesterol. today the question back is well, do you mean my good cholesterol or my bad cholesterol. >> reporter: the payoff is in reduced mortality rates for half of the leading causes of death. flu deaths down 8%. heart disease deaths and stroke down almost 5%. diabetes, hypertension, and cancer also saw declines. women still outlive men. but that gap has now narrowed to five years. >> reason the gap is narrowing between men and women is beca
the comfort returned from a four- month humanitarian mission to latin america and the caribbean. during the deployment, we're told the comfort's crew provided medical assistance to more than 100,000 people in six countries. >>> well, they're still riding high on the streets of baltimore, but not on a balance sheet. what it will take to keep the city's mounted patrol from being put out the pasture. >>> and the latest from washington on cash for clunkers. will lawmakers come through with a financial fillup? >>> well, the 2-degree guarantee for today was 89 degrees. the high today got to 88. so we did hit that 2-degree guarantee. we'll be back with our forecast right after this. [ closing bell ] >>> a choppy session for stocks today. the dow hit a nine-month high ending up more than 33 point. the nasdaq gained nearly 3 points and the s&p closed up just over 3, also a nine-month high. hotel giant marriott international is the day's biggest winner, closing up more than 5%. joseph a. banks dropped more than 2%. and baltimore-based bank first mariner ended its day unchanged. >>> well, unless s
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